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Kaitlin Thomas

Lecturer in Spanish & ELL
Education
  • B.A. in Music, Washington College
  • B.A. in Hispanic Studies, Washington College
  • M.A. in Latin American & Spanish Language & Literature, New York University, Madrid
  • Graduate Certificate in TESOL, University of Maryland
  • Non-degree studies, Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Madrid

 

Additional Professional Experience & Affiliation

  • Instructor of Spanish, Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth
  • 2010-2011 Rotary Foundation Global Grant Ambassadorial Scholar
  • Migrant Content Instructor, Queen Anne’s County & Kent County Board of Education
  • Hispanic Parent Coordinator & Liaison, Maryland Migrant Education Program
  • Spanish Interpreter, Maryland Judiciary System; Queen Anne’s County & Kent County Boards of Education
  • Hispanic Consultant and Liaison, Legal Offices of Bryan DeGregory, LLC
  • Member Sigma Delta Pi, Sociedad Nacional Honoraria Hispanica

Features

Publications

  • “The American Dream: ¿paraíso artificial?”. Baltimore Sun. 18 September 2014. Web and Print. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-paraiso-artificial-20140918,0,5372924.story 
  • “Benefits of Learning by Doing, and Doing While Learning: Manos a la obra”. Education Week. 23 August 2014. Web. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/global_learning/2014/08/the_benefits_of_learning_by_doing_and_doing_while_learning_manos_a_la_obra.html
  • “The Unfortunate Monolingual American”. Education Week. 3 July 2014. Web. http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/global_learning/2014/07/the_unfortunate_monolingual_american.html
  • “Generation Invisible”. Op-Ed. Chestertown Spy. 23 April 2014. Web. http://chestertownspy.org/?s=kaitlin+thomas
  • “¿No comprende, señor?”. Op-Ed. The Baltimore Sun. 24 April 2014. Print & Web. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/editorial/bs-ed-spanish-language-20140424,0,7984021.story

Class Year

2007